Ep. 14: Partly Claudy

In episode 14, Ed Grohl, Easy Pretzel, and Bearcat, welcome Scott Smith, founder, and owner of East End Brewing Company. In a far-ranging conversation, we discuss the brewery,  Barleywine (#BIL), the trials of starting a brewery 15 years ago, and the sad lonely death of a keg of beer.

Be sure to follow East End Brewing on Twitter, Instagram and read Scott’s very nice blog.

Also… Stick around for the After Show

What We Were Drinking:

Easy Pretzel – East End Brewing Gratitude (2015), The Veil Brewing Co. Hornswoggler — Oreo
Ed –  The Veil Brewing Co. Coalesce; 3 Taverns Brewery Rapturous; Trillium Brewing CompanyDeciduous, Funk Brewing Company Silent Disco
Bearcat – East End Brewing Homewood Reserve 2017, Founders Brewing Co. Canadian Breakfast Stout (2017)
Scott — VB Hubbards Cave Brewery

Link Dump:

Church Brew Works
Commonwealth Press
Rivertown Brewing
North Country Brewing Company
Jean Bonnet Tavern
Larry Bell of Bell’s Brewing Company
Don’t Drink Beer
Al’s of Hampden and Pizza Boy Brewing
Pennsylvania Handshake Blog Post
Joe DiNardo
Fedko Zone
Partly Claudy
Chance A’ Shahrs
Peat Smoked Malt
Mosaic Hops
Galaxy Hops
London Ale Yeast
Troegs Independent Brewing Company
Simcoe Hops
Gratitude Paper Overwrap (So pretty)
Mary Tremonte (Gratitude Label Artist)
Between Two Fermentors
Beerhive, Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Strip District
The Independent, Pittsburgh
Penn Brewing
Tiki Lounge Pittsburgh
Anthony Bourdain’s visit to Pittsburgh
Cure, Pittsburgh
Hitchhiker Brewing Co.
Brew Gentlemen
Dancing Gnome Brewery
The Easy Pretzel NFL Power Poll of Beer
The Neighborhoods of Pittsburgh

A big thanks to Scott Smith for giving us so much of his time. We hope that you enjoy listening to it as much as we did making it.

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Author: Bearcat

A snarky craft beer drinking Yinzer stuck in Amish Country.

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